RE: Ep.1 Setting up Supbot | Whatsapp Chatbot API
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Thank you for your contribution @adam-saudagar. There is little improvement from your last contribution and here are a few guidelines for you to improve on your video tutorial:
Tutorials need to have instructions on substantial project functions that are unique and gives insight to the Open source project
Tutorials containing substantial instruction in ubiquitous functions or basic programming concepts (variables, operators, loops, etc.) are not qualified to be rewarded
You need to work on your presenting speech and pace of your teaching. When you speak too fast, it is very difficult to understand what you are saying and I have to keep rewinding to re-listen to what you are teaching.
It takes time to do well on a video tutorial as there is a lot of preparation to do in structuring the outlines, writing out the narration and planning out at least 4 to 5 'substantial concepts' for learners. I suggest that you spend time to work on your tutorial instead of submitting them within the same day. It takes a lot of sweat and days to do a quality video tutorial.